Located along Museum Mile in the heart of the Historic District, Charleston's premier art museum offers a setting rich with history and charm. Meticulously restored to its original grandeur, the Gibbes' Beaux Arts building boasts impressive architectural details and unique spaces with soaring ceilings.
Exchange vows under the opulent Tiffany-style glass dome in the Rotunda, or host your reception in the classical, 12,000 square foot Lenhardt Garden. No matter what you choose, you'll give guests a once-in-a-lifetime experience in one of Charleston's most beautiful spaces.
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4 Reviews for Gibbes Museum of Art
Recommended by 99% of couples
Nicole · Married on 12/09/2018
Wedding was magical
We had our ceremony upstairs and reception outside, it rained on our day and they were happy to change all our plans and allow us to take pictures in the museum. Katie was amazing to work with. You have to book the tent and heaters through Skyline if you use the Gibbes and we were not happy with them, but the Gibbes itself was everything we wanted. Strongly recommended!!!Sent on 12/11/2018
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Rochelle · Married on 11/02/2018
Amazing Venue Downtown, BEAUTIFUL and Private
Things I LOVED about our venue: extremely customizable, amazing location downtown in the most beautiful area (show off Charleston to your guests while also making it easy for them to come), super private and LARGE space, affordable, absolutely stunning, tons of history, and amazing service by Katie, the events gal there. This place has it all and you really can't beat it, just book there, you won't regret it!Sent on 11/06/2018
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User4201862 · 2+ years ago
Beautiful venue! Perfect location!Sent on 06/25/2014
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A wedding at the Gibbes is one-of-a-kind. Photographically it offers backgrounds of elegance, art, fun and grace. The double bonus photographically is the location puts you in walking proximity to Charleston cobblestone streets, parks with grand oaks and colorful buildings.